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And remember that at the very least, Tinder is worth keeping around for the painfully amazing stories.Making A Point It's virtually impossible to express a strong point of view about dating, sex, and relationships without provoking anyone.In fact, it’s enough to turn even the most positive person into a total pessimist. In theory, this is an optimist’s dream because it means anything could happen and the most amazing people, places and things could be just around the corner.Unfortunately, in the dating world, guys are so unpredictable that you wonder if your prince actually exists.This should be an optimist’s dream and it would have been yours once upon a time, but at this point, all you can think is, “He’s going to ghost me in a few days,” or, “He’s probably already got a girlfriend.” Soon enough, those thoughts threaten to take over your sanity and you start pulling away before this (truly great) guy even has a fighting chance.You start looking for flaws so they don’t catch you by surprise.She loves to travel (way too much), play volleyball, and practice her broken German when she isn't working as a safari specialist.
After going out with or even getting into relationships with guys that disappoint you at best and screw you over at worst, it’s only natural that you’re starting to lose faith.
Instead, it’s the fact that he has a weird smile or that he likes football too much that gives you pause.
They’re not dealbreakers by any means, but since you’re terrified of getting screwed over again and certain that’s the only way this will play out due to your past experiences, they become more serious than they should be.
If you're anything like us, you've weathered those awful Tinder dates and spent the time getting your Ok Cupid profile just right (you think); you've J-swiped and Hinged and given out your number with a smidge of reckless abandon. Because it seems like everyone who's in a relationship can rattle off the dating site or app that played matchmaker.
This is the age of Tinder marriage, for goodness' sake. Related: Sorry, folks, but according to a new study conducted by researchers at Stanford and Michigan State University, relationships that started online are more likely to end than old-fashioned meet-cutes. Apparently all this digital dating nonsense isn't even the most efficient way to meet someone, since people who meet online take longer to initiate a relationship. Related: It does make sense—the scientists point out in the study that we drag our feet online because it is the internet (read: equal parts sketchy and non-committal).If you manage to find a great guy and push yourself to open up and give him a real chance, he might just prove all the negative thoughts you’ve developed about guys and dating wrong.